The Ukrainian History and Education Center (UHEC) is proud to announce the first-ever virtual event for Ukrainian genealogy. Nashi Predky (Our Ancestors), the family history group of the UHEC, will be hosting their 2018 Spring Workshop virtually on Saturday, March 17th.
Since the group’s formation in 2013, all of the workshops and annual conferences have been held at the Ukrainian Cultural Center in Somerset, New Jersey. This year, the committee is excited to offer this event to fellow researchers who may not be able to travel for an in-person event.
As busy genealogists, we often head out to our local or not so local meetings to learn about a new topic or meet up with old friends. And sometimes, I don’t always do a good job at letting fellow genealogists and friends know when I’ll be in their neighborhood. With that in mind, here are upcoming events where I’d love to catch-up with my followers.
Saturday, 4 November 2017, 10:30am
Pane Room, Alexander Library, Rutgers University
169 College Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Must-Have Resources for New Jersey Genealogy
Presentation by Michelle Tucker Chubenko, Legacy Tree Genealogists and Jersey Roots Genealogy
Many of New Jersey’s best reference materials and web resources require detailed explanation in order to be used effectively. We’ll discover how to find and use a variety of published reference books, journals, source material, finding aids, as well as explore some websites vital for New Jersey genealogical research.
Online RSVP: http://www.gsnj.org/2017-annual-meeting/
On Thursday August 10th in the atrium at Lambert Castle (3 Valley Road, Paterson) the Passaic County Historical Society is conducting a hands-on workshop for children entitled “Where do I come from?: Family History for Kids.”
The Genealogical Society of New Jersey’s 2016 Annual Meeting features a presentation by Eric Grundset, Director of Library Publications for the DAR on Saturday, 12 November at the Alexander Library, Rutgers University, 10:30am [refreshments start at 10:15am].
Plainfield Public Library Announces Tri-County History Fair
Saturday, October 22, 2016, from 10 am to 4 pm
The Plainfield Public Library is excited to announce the Tri-County History Fair for Middlesex, Union, and Somerset Counties. Join colleagues, friends, and neighbors for a fun day of historical discovery, resource sharing, raffles, and more. On Saturday, October 22nd from 10 am to 4 pm, over 20 local history organizations, museums, and libraries will be exhibiting and promoting their historical collections on the library’s lower level around the area fountain. There will be two exhibits on display at this time: Contemporary Photographs of Plainfield Veterans by Plainfielder Brian Price and Plainfield in Pictures– a selection of images from the library’s historical photograph collections. Continue reading
Check Your Calendar! I will be the host for three events next month as part of the 2016 Family History Month celebration at the Blazing Star Cultural Arts Center in Carteret, New Jersey.
Late in 2015, Reclaim the Records, a not-for-profit group of genealogists, historians, researchers, and open government advocates, worked with the New Jersey State Archives to acquire the microfilm to the birth, marriage and death annual indexes for 1901, 1902, and 1903. While speaking with the Archives, she was also able to submit a request for the Bride’s Indexes for 1904-09 and 1910-14. You can read more about the project’s Records Request #5: New Jersey Birth, Marriage, and Death Indices, 1901-1903 and 1901-1914 on their website.